Whitbread Race: Sommaire - Liste Alphabétique
à jour au: 2011
1984 Plan Farr #144, sloop 81ft, construit en Afrique du Sud, avec le mat de "Flyer" vainqueur de la course précédente en 1982
Macintosh, US 33881
1984 Cape Town, Pictures without date from Internet,
1985 12 January, 6th South Atlantic Race, Cap Town-Punta Del Este, 4500 NM: ?e/35, line honours and new record 22d08h
13 January, South African newspaper, from "Sailing Mag Archives and historical records",
4 February, South African newspaper, from Sailing Mag Archives and historical records,
Fastnet Race, elapsed time 2d12h42': ?e/?? et 1er en compensé des bateaux de la Whitbread
Portatlan, US 33881
Atlantic Privateer, US 33881
Septembre "Course au Large",
28 septembre, WHITBREAD Race: dnc - 1 - ? - ? = DNC/15, rating IOR: 69.4', Peter KUTTEL
1e étape, Porsmouth-Cape Town: DNC/15
Arrive à Cap Town au moteur suite à un dématage
4 décembre, 2e étape, Cape Town-Auckland, 1er temps réel: ?e/??
1986 Janvier "Course au Large",
15 février, 3e étape, Auckland-Punta Del Este, 3e temps réel 25j00h50': 9e/14
9 avril, 4e étape, Punta Del Este-Portsmouth, 5e temps réel 32j01h55': ?e en 31j22h05' temps compensé
Privateer, US 33881
"Sydney-Hobart Official Programme",
26 Decembre, Sydney Hobart: 57e/106 corrected time ?', TCF 1.0524, P. KUTTEL
1988 Février "Voiles
96, ? ????
1989 Septembre "Voiles et Voiliers",
Liverpool Entreprise, ? ????
2 septembre, WHITBREAD Race: ? - 16 - 14 - 14 - 17 - ? = 15e/23 overall, 14e/15 Classe A en 151j04h52', rating IOR: 69.5', Bob SALMON
1e étape, Solent-Punta Del Este: ?e/23
28 octobre, 2e étape, Punta Del Este-Freemantle: 16e/23 en ?' réel
23 décembre, 3e étape, Freemantle-Auckland: 14e/23 en ?' réel
4 février, 4e étape, Auckland-Punta Del Este: 14e/23
en 26j02h56' réel
17 mars, 5e étape, Punta Del Este-Fort Lauderdale: 17e/22 en 26j01h36' réel
5 mai, 6e étape, Fort Lauderdale-Southampton: ?e/22 en ?' réel
Ech Surveyor, K
End of July, Brent Walker Cup, Brighton-Puerto Sherry: ?e/4 Division A
Esprit de Normandie, F
danish owners and new name,
2009 Was nabbed in for being used to smuggle hashish.
2011 24 November, "Hello,
I know where is the yacht Atlantic Privateer 85-86. I am the owner and wants
to sell it cheaply (same hull)"
2015 2 Comments from
Sailing Anarchy Forum: "Atlantic Privateer from
the 1989-90 race was bought by Danish drug dealers in St. Nazaire, france
in 2003. They then sailed it to Moroccan waters where they loaded it with 13
tonnes of Marijuana. From there on back to Denmark. I dont think Atlantic Privateer
is in Denmark any more".
"On the Atlantic Privateer, I have a thin lead towards Poland, there was some polish involvement in the drug bust and I believe she is owned by a polish person. Could possibly by in Poland. Another intel has that she was seized by Danish authorities after the drug bust, either destroyed or still kept in shed as evidence from the legal trail. I would love to get more info on this one, anyone with connection within the Danish DEA?"
From Facebook 2021: "There is a great FB page called IOR Landfills, and we grabbed this interesting and sad story…:
I was the project manager for Atlantic Privateer 1983-1986, negotiated and signed design contract with Bruce Farr (was the first Maxi he designed) and managed the build with Bobby and Eric Bongers in Cape Town. In 1983/4 I signed a sponsorship contract with Apple on behalf of owner, Padda Kuttel, after having met Steven Jobs and then John Scully in Cupertino and subsequently she was launched as Apple Mackintosh.
Having won the South Atlantic race, we still lost that sponsorship (long story) and after winning the Seahorse Maxi Series 1985 as well as handicap class win in the Fastnet race where we lost line honours by half a boat length.
I managed later to find another sponsorship with a company called Portatan, which was the name with which we started the WRTWR, . Portatan sponsorship was lost after 1st leg (another long story) and we continued to race as Atlantic Privateer. I still have laminate samples. pictures of build, launch, WRTWR 1985/86 with the boat and probably a pile of drawings too. Sad to see her condition now. Regards, Ludde Ingvall"